A puff of drier northerly breezes will develop Friday and set us up nicely for a dry or mostly dry weekend.
FRIDAY FORECAST: Expect partly cloudy skies and highs mainly in the mid 80s. Shower chance: 20%. Breezes: northeast 5 - 15mph.
FRIDAY NIGHT FORECAST: Expect mostly clear skies, light northeast breezes, and cool lows of 58 - 64 inland and 65 - 71 for the beaches.
WEEKEND FORECAST: Enjoy partly sunny skies, low rain chances, and daily highs in the 80s!
GABRIELLE: T. D. Gabrielle or its remnants will bring rain to Puerto Rico and Hispanola through Friday.
OTHER TROPICAL AREAS OF INTEREST:
- A tropical wave of low pressure in the central Atlantic Ocean has a 20 - 30% chance of developing into a storm by Saturday.
- A tropical wave of low pressure in the western Gulf of Mexico has a chance to develop into a tropical storm before it moves into Mexico on Friday or Saturday.
- Additional tropical waves of low pressure near Africa's west coast have 20 - 30% chances to develop into tropical storms by the weekend.
First Alert Meteorologists Gannon Medwick, Colin Hackman, Eric Davis, and Iisha Scott will keep you updated.
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